Mf, and Mtt, : W«lt« .-., M*. and MM. Dick Oe&fe parents of a daughtef, born at fit Ami hfllpital. ' ~ J -°M Mrs. Virginia Appkfon of Point Pleasant, New Jersey is spending the holidays here with en'our 6Ce ' Mrs. H. Mi PhUlipg has as hei gests Clara >'Phillips and Irene Cook of Orinneli P wh6 arrived today (Thursday) and, will re" mam until after Christmas of Iowa stu. t,"l f? p was - a Pnflstfnar «| froni the youn£er ; felb6rts, .' *" i. i«jrr"~"* youlh 0*oup» 'Christmas caroling Sunday cr e| ning. Hosts for'the? intehfcedM group .were Mr. and Mrs. BaUuffand Mr.'tfM " ' , Abck . »f » I te k /SP *s^«T«ns He will ;ff» the Little Brow- ChurCh s« tor appeal NashUa. The briife'lf th which Is I w of the hJ- u i "- t '- ii * p ,._-,„ Rapids mom on the way homeyfrbm the wld , M f s ', CIaud 6 R«arfc T ig hosiess to circle B of the Presbyterian church at a ' ? " y ..^ -Mr. and Mrs. Bert Baldwin, were mistakenly listed as Mr. and Mrs. fid . . neth Brandow; aftd for the 'sett fou li ' ^d Mrs/' Mr. and Mrs, The Melho-Malei eliib church at a Christmas afternoon (Thursday). Geigel will give t£ his Mr. and Wf«. Chester have their daughter, Jang beth, who attends d have been Alt I« T H e Meiho-Males eliib mei Dremmel of Burt Sunday evening in the Fireside ;nce Baldwin room of,-the J/tetiindirf «U«*,u o«J »V ~* •"'cjiujiei 01 £ and Mrs. Beatrice Baldwin. 5SL5°1^.'"^«*! home lasi Christmas , s adodll at Woodward, home for the hoS- days. She will return Jan 11 the. Merle Pratt's Sunday irt ^ an , ce ..? f the,anniversary .of " O • u-ZiiTT Dean Je)f 9 e nson had a birthday party for her daughter Barbara, Dec. 13. 'She wfs 11 years old. Guests were Kathy .IPnCOn T nvtn *B__1_ m - * - — ——• « UCOLO were j\.atny i~* en> if"? ? ock ' Susan Jer- ^^.uoj' crciuiig m me jjiresiae room of,-the Methodist church. Rev. and Mrs. Newton Coughe* nettf presented the prograni aner hosts weij Mr. and Mrsl Roy Hutzell, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gardner and Mr. and Mr^. Qeo. Wolf. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jergeh- son will'have as their guests Christmas day their song--and families, Mr. and Mrs. Dean -Jef- genson and, Mr. and Mrs. W£n* deU Jergenson,, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Jergens&n and daughter and Alfred Jergenspn.'- The Dean T.,-AW«-«. ~'"\$*%P Sundays at LU ,*»„ .,. - j^^ rri»ndn h«« hive I *J«« *iT 7 ," 0 r CBiS .>'i ceremonies , I for the local; program and there *fe ^ « u ^.%leTe! 5- A ,trt<? ^J'fv "Jf* ittCnfifd artd Mrs. Itichafd fiUrt, *. Heteftfa Doddji, cfuo guests attended Cecelia's n waa giv«rt Ded. 4 at St show and tap dances t n 6 ^ lchl ^ k and '** Kirsch. Debby Krause gave a P an . tiomim e and Joan Klepper reading. Cheryll Seller an ty .Rockwotid poured and 225* i 0< W* ^^y and Joan Krause. A, bathroort «n 1 « er2 ^as given Dec. 10 at the home of * <*«*» Winkel at Whitte- re. Other hostesses were Mrs Don Kfause and Mrs. Joan Klep per. , ! * MEN'S * WOMEN'S * CHILDREN'S STAPUNO and il*l M . Popul ar Mote*. our offloe*s f directors and staff ' r TRINITY LUTHERAN Elm and Garfield - .; _,;',.'-' *. i r-i. ••.-»• ' ; . ' —', , G. J. C. Gerike, Pastoi EXTENDS GRtETINds.,1 ' ' ' r tti all in the name of mankind's only, buit all-sufficient Savior, ""---•'Jesus, ffl fferist.,..; ^ HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ALGONA;.JOWA D , WORK A RAISE A FAMILY . ( ' t • * '' , J t You Are Invited To Worship witfa.fo This Chrtetmas ICIMiiK 2344 «t 6;30 |», M. « DECEMBER 2* at IfljQO i wall 01 fMh 8und«y «t 8;tO A. M. and 10:30 A. M. with Sunday t Ml|_l jMI x A \ f A AA ™ **** •nd Cl«, it f ,1 M. A BLESSED NEW YEAR TO ALL... Thanks to the Algona, Whittemore and Burt Firemen We offer our sincere thanks to the firemen from the Algona, Whittemore and Burt fire departments who fought the fire in our business last Friday morning. Despite the IS below temperatures, they did a magnificent fob and we with to recognize their fine efforts at this time. The people of Algona, Burt and Whittemore can be proud of these volunteer firemen, who give their time and efforts so Th|anks alsc? to t|ie Algona Af?4 fhipkp «|w to the Al^on* poJise who helped u$ 19 dgr|h B ffc lw^ef pyr f ire fait wwk. Their effort* too ' ' •'- HSlf IN filRVING CAFIS FOR TH6IR Phyllis & Bob Woods Own^r* pf «B»li'* Houw Of B«r0«int < ' - NOW IN PROGRESS ~."" " WMlN'SAIR-STEPs" Women's Air-Step Dress Shoes in Black, Green Otter WWth. r . 0 AlAA. de c A " inLPum »"' Strap* and Ties. Widths: AAAA to E, Lengths: 4 to 11 FORMERLY $12.98 TO $15.98 6.98-7.98^8.98-9.98 SMARTAIRE SHOES AAAAto C ' Blac K' Bl »«' Brown and Red. 1 ' Tles> A " $lles FORMERLY: $9.98 & $15,98 3.98-6.98*7.98-8.98 MEN'S & BOYS' ROBLEES&PEDWINS Men's and Boys' Dress Oxfords. In All Styles and Sizes. Lengths: 6K to 13. Widths: A to EEEE. 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